Jackie Ruth

Presidential weed?

Lol just kidding.

Sort of?

Just found out while websurfing during my study break that there is a type of weed named after every president.

Here’s what I found on marijuana review websites:

Obama kush:
This unique indica appropriately channels the President’s famous message of ‘Change’ as it invigorates and inspires. Daughter of indica Afghani and mostly sativa hybrid OG Kush, Obama Kush sets itself apart from other indicas through its cerebral stimulation and euphoric rush.

And George Bush kush:
The reason I’m told it is called George Bush is because it is supposed to make you unable to coherently make a sentence. Now where this is a little exaggerated, it is a very potent strain.

— 6 months ago
#fun fact  #marijuana 
I wish I was Rihanna

I wish I was Rihanna for a lot of reasons. Mostly for her fashion and huge bank accounts. But right now mostly because she has someone to take professional pictures of her for instagram. Who is going to document my cute outfits?

— 6 months ago
#riri  #rihanna  #jealous 
A rant on how Vogue should feature more black cover models

*Namely my celebrity crush, Ciara*



Lena Dunham is on the cover of this February’s Vogue. This is cool and all because she is super talented and I’ve seen every episode of Girls and I go to her alma mater.

But what about Ciara?!

Every month that someone who is not black and, in my opinion, a major contributor to the fashion world gets a Vogue cover, I am disappointed. I’m disappointed a lot because I read Vogue every month.

I mean, come on Anna Wintor! Ciara sat next to you at fashion week and she has publically spoken about wanting a cover. Not to mention Ciara’s fashion forward wardrobe and that she’s the offical muse of french haute couture fashion house, Givenchy.

…Britney Spears has even got a cover…

I just really feel like fashion-qualified black women are being over looked by Vogue. And I don’t want to start sounding self-righteous or radical, but Vogue really does have a bad history of this.

Does anyone know Donyale Luna, the first black cover model in 1966?



Vogue probably doesn’t want us to talk about that issue. Due to the racist ideas of the times, Luna’s nose and mouth were covered up.

Fashion articles always give props to Naomi Campbell as “one of the first” black female Vogue covers. But I don’t really know if thats an accomplishment considering she was popular in the late 80s and 90s. I mean, hot and fashionable black women have been around just as long as white women. Definitely before the late 80s.

So idk, I think we should start a petition for Ciara to get a cover. Or maybe I’ll start dressing like Britney Spears in fashion protest.

— 7 months ago with 2 notes
#Ciara  #vogue  #problems  #donyale luna 
I’m failing Calc II and now I don’t know if I’m smart enough to be civil engineer

I’m not even being a slacker. I’ve learned so much in this course and I’ve attended all the classes. I even go to office hours with the professor to talk about problems I can’t solve. I think I’ve reached the point where working hard and success aren’t directly related. My whole life I’ve thought that if I work hard enough at something, I’ll be able to understand it. So, I’ve thought that I can be an engineer if I just try hard enough. But now I’m thinking maybe some people (me) just aren’t capable of whatever they want.

— 9 months ago
#fuck  #fml  #i hate everything  #college  #calculus 
"The worst part about eating Subway is the way your hands smell after."
My boyfriend, the ever complainer
— 9 months ago
#lol  #subway  #my boyfriend  #he actually loves Subway 
iheartmyart:

Henri Huet (French, 1927–1971). The body of an American paratrooper killed in action in the jungle near the Cambodian border is raised up to an evacuation helicopter, Vietnam, 1966. Gelatin silver print (printed 2004), 14 x 107⁄8 in. (35.6 x 27.7 cm). The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, museum purchase. © Associated Press
Part of the exhibition WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath at the Brooklyn Museum, November 8, 2013–February 2, 2014

iheartmyart:

Henri Huet (French, 1927–1971). The body of an American paratrooper killed in action in the jungle near the Cambodian border is raised up to an evacuation helicopter, Vietnam, 1966. Gelatin silver print (printed 2004), 14 x 1078 in. (35.6 x 27.7 cm). The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, museum purchase. © Associated Press

Part of the exhibition WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath at the Brooklyn Museum, November 8, 2013–February 2, 2014

(Source: asaltovisual.blogspot.com)

— 9 months ago with 166 notes
#photography 

My boyfriend would compare me to these guys when I first wake up.

(Source: bethanwi, via yuniesempere)

— 9 months ago with 203717 notes
#funny animals  #compliments 

wow, pat flashback

Pat Cleveland & Marie Helvin by Gian Paolo Barbieri, 1972

(via : devorah macdonald)

(via fashiondailymag)

— 9 months ago with 62 notes
Last Night

Last night was Parent’s Weekend at my college. My parents and I went to dinner and watched an acapella group perform. Then my Dad and I ditched my mom (she wanted to hang out with my ex boyfriend and his mom) (yeah, wtf?!). We walked around campus drinking rum out of a can of coke. Then we went to a mexican restaurant/bar and drank the biggest Christmas Ales possible. The mugs had cinnamon around the rim. It was great.

— 9 months ago
#great lakes  #christmas ale  #parents  #college  #rum and coke